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Oct 27, 2012 1:00pm EDT
federal government. the government will do a number of things like building the pipeline, allowing much more drilling and exploration on federal lands. we can accelerate this huge shift in the energy economy of the world that we're seeing is making predictions that the united states and north america could become the saudi arabia of oil in the near future. so this is achievable. we have to have a change in policy and a change in presidents. >> okay. so one of the key legs of that stool is taxes as you said. >> right. >> governor romney saying he'll cut everybody's marginal tax rate across the board by 20%. that's an estimated $5 trillion in cuts but he says his plan is revenue neutral and will protect the middle class from tax increases. here's the question about the revenue neutrality, again you're referring to your time under president reagan and i was talking to bob rice, referring to his time under president clinton. the job growth under both of those presidents, the big area times of job growth where we created more than 12 million jobs over four years happened with economic g
Nov 4, 2012 12:00pm PST
government doesn't create jobs, right, and i think that's why trying to think too much about, well, hey, we're going to pick a businessperson, we're going to pick someone who has lots of job creation experience, that doesn't really tell me much. >> reporter: referring to layoffs in 2008, this family owns a business employing 36 people, adding six in just the last two months. smarter, more killed workers. those are the promises these new hampshire voters want to hear most. >> it's hard for us to find new help. we have plenty of work, you know, tons of hours. it's hard to get new, young people in here. >> reporter: and after almost a year of non-stop campaigning on job creation plans, there is no complete agreement on which candidate can deliver. >> just a show of hands. how many are voting for romney? how many are voting for obama? and one undecided? >> reporter: one vote apart and one undecided. and you see how close that unscientific polling was. it's just indicative of what's going on here in new hampshire right now, fredricka. this raceway too close to call. >> indeed it is, but
Oct 28, 2012 12:00pm PDT
information that just came in. new jersey is asking the federal government for a pre-landfall emergency declaration. folks, keep this mind the context of this. first of all, the most important thing, keeping everyone safe, having altogether l the resource care of everyone. this is also in the backdrop of an upcoming election. so you've got new jersey having for a pre-landfall emergency declaration. you mentioned broadway shows. we have some information about that right now. we have found out broadway shows will be canceled tonight and also tomorrow night. one more thing to let you know here, school closings now covering more and more young people out there. at least 1.8 million kids will be out of school tomorrow. and for everyone else, even if you don't live in that area, you might be impacted because flights will be impacted everywhere. i've got a screen for you here of how many flights will be impacted allov over the country. we've been talking to all the airlines trying to get the latest numbers for you. 1500 flights canceled. delta has not given us a number, but they're telling us
Nov 3, 2012 10:00am PDT
next year. now former congressman, you know him, vin webber says fiscal and government restraint is the key. listen to what he said. >> we're not seeing any element of that from this administration. no fiscal restraint. only higher taxes on capital as well as on labor. that's a bad mix. >> so that's the answer that the republicans are putting forward. fiscal and government restraint will kick up your gdp growth to the extent you'll create more jobs. ken, do you buy that? >> well, i -- looks to me like their plan is to cut taxes. you hope you get really fast growth. i think the deficit would go up a lot for a while. we would get growth. but i'm not sure it would be anything like we saw under reagan. there is so much debt out there. there is so many headwinds. there's europe, the a administration would do less on cutting taxes if at all and probably raise spending. that's really where the difference is between the two. one of them wants a smaller government. one of them sees the government doing more things. that's a big difference. >> you know more than i do. quick answer, do you thi
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